Lisa and Josh
Air Force Academy Chapel
December 28, 2007
Lisa and Josh were such happy newlyweds that they barely noticed the cold! We took this picture right after their ceremony last Friday, and it must have been 15 degrees outside at the time. We walked out the chapel doors to a blue twilight sky. You all know how much I love twilight; I was almost as giddy as Josh and Lisa. Mike helped me with the lighting for these nighttime photos, and the four of us had a fun portrait session in the dark. After the ceremony and portraits, Lisa and Josh celebrated at a reception at the Air Force Academy Officer’s Club.
Congratulations, Lisa and Josh! Thanks for making me feel like part of the family, and thanks for braving the cold!
Her shirt says “Military Bride.” Oops… I’m in this one. Where’s Waldo?
I loved this Cinderella moment.
A great moment with her mom in the dressing room.
Things weren’t quite going as Lisa had planned. There were problems with the veil, placecards, and other important details, and she was feeling overwhelmed. Here she was taking a moment to herself to process it all.
I think you can see the stress in Lisa’s eyes here.
By the time she got to the church, her hard work was over, and the fun was beginning!
Josh arrived, looking great in uniform.
Josh had a gift delivered to Lisa before the ceremony. The envelope says “My beautiful princess.”
Josh had a tear in his eye as he watched his bride walk down the aisle.
Meanwhile Lisa’s brother comforted their mom with a supportive hand.
Immediately after the ceremony, Josh and Lisa hid around a corner and spent a private moment together.
The maid of honor
His Air Force Academy ring
Dancing with her dad
One of my favorites
This just cracks me up. Disgruntled men in suits, forced to chicken dance. Good stuff.
Mike caught me line dancing with Chris Gardner of Blue Moon Entertainment, one of our favorite Colorado Springs DJs.